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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 24, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Xxi1l Independent in established in if paid in new january blunders in fiction astronomical bulls that live in prose and the Moon was but a Day old at the time of the Battle of a Puma and there fore this seems like hyper especially in a poem that lays no claim to astronomical the Case a different when an author Hall Dick ens rider wag or nerds Wom Lorfn eclipse and Cole Oldsea it is curious to note in How Many in stances strange astronomical errors appear works of fiction quite unnecessary to the requirements the Story and resulting apparently sheer Lack of As a modern example of such gratuitous Blunder ing take Hall Cains it was j deliberately makes a statement which he intends shall be in to to cuts abroad Mark Twain draws special notice to the Point that on the voyage across the Atlantic they observed the Fedl Moon located just in j the same spot in the heavens at the j same hour every he accounts j for this by the motion of the when which gained enough every Day to keep up with the but he seem of though for this Rea tame fish in a j a Story of Whit he saw i in upper when in the other i was Riding through a Village when the Vil Lage asked me if 1 would like to see the not knowing what singly son the position of the Moon might not a piece of description from j greatly her phase certainly so that it could not have been a wonderful the which was in its first was still Low in the but the stars were thick a wonderful in deed 1 and strange that such Lover of nature As Hall Caine should not have reflected that when the Moon units first Quarter Islow in the East it is Broad with the Sun High in the heavens nevertheless on this Point be erred in Good the Young Moon has proved a stumbling ii Locc to Many a writer who Lias Intro Duce it As a picturesque adjunct to his description of the full Moon which was visible night after London in to your married life is not Hap you have my 1 deut sued them i have in Ouirt of my Long Range the headman at once went with him Down to the Banks of the j followed by several villagers with baskets of Paddy mixed j then the thu gig called for a few to and a Large Herd of or i Wittish came up just under our feet and were promptly fed by the j the Lish were amazingly tame and i 1 tolerated being stroked and petted even by there were in All about thirty three of varying in size i from eighteen inches to three and a j half feet the larger ones having j a Girth at the Gills of about thirty they would go away and i Back whenever they were i the villagers told 1 see no reason to doubt what they the Ami the Vns Falln to Rich and in is Plain to see he is not to i is hat cant into without hitting his Siik Fairmount store wholesale and a Model wort you a Godor Hoyn me when you were As Little As me i was always a very Good but somehow or other i had a great Nalany serious and painful misunderstandings with my free else boy who wins to Ivhon two Start out in one with a copy of i inning Way in his pocket and the other with a of natural elementary Hustle in his the latter usually comes first at the i these Lish come up against j Monsoon blood at the end of go con Slot Jcj under in wide and sparsely populated High land districts of Scotland it not infrequently happens that a Parent is oblige six in Dickens our Mutual Friend j de to walk a distance of five or Eugene in his walk along Miles with an infant for the River Linds it has just risen when the stars beginning to Shine in from which the tones j a parishioner thus situated by meet of red and yellow were Ling him at a Stream Midway Between in was sublimely Superior to Jira optical especially when they in any Way interfered with the artistic effect of his la his Childs dream of a Star the Point turns upon one special larger and More Beautiful than the which always came out every night in one particular place and at one particular thereby behaving As no Star has Ever conceivably been known to this is undoubted taking a Liberty with the solar sys lout it is Small indeed compared with the License sometimes claimed by authors desirous of in the Aid of astronomy to assist their but Are either insufficiently acquainted with their subject or count no sin to twist and convert facts to suit their very famous and noteworthy in stance of this is afforded in rider hag Gards King Solomons where the phenomenon of a total solar eclipse is employed with most Happy and dra Matic effect As far As the Story is con but with a perfect disregard away about october Ever which Thev pointed i i out u i the Mon r nearly dry in the cold and end of the the j fact Tiu it these fish return to this one Village lauding stage every your regi and never go to any other is i quite worthy a villager who kills any of them has to a of 10 shillings by common i and great care is in i quince taut of the Ngahe of upper Burma is a j that by the time the j very thick tapering rapidly parties come to opposite of the f of behind the Gills to the 1 has Bourn heavy Rains had swollen it into to clerk on both upper and 1cm a rapid torrent so neither party 111 Bas to lie could approach i eating and has but persons who really Angels should Snake a Recti ii while they Are nation wish to Bencomo Start in that i yet in e Ali fun f l that it is related of a minister of the North that he agreed to accommodate the parents House and the Manso there baptizing the child at the file the meanest Man on Earth just been Slis mind Bud wan Dering with fever for and when he came Back to his senses and opened his Oyes he saw a fair face under a White Cap bending Over his Pil Low who Are he the trained trained nurse Good lord and How much am t paying you she told and he turned his air Sci no n e you Ike suits to Sain Kri to select Unis All the now fall shape ladles tailor rain nay silk Shirr the nov fall and Winter Tomim r u Mil u i ii Muir 1 i 14 Iticia Tler t Back the p i have often heard of Tamo i a facing in Thopson Lifsa of astronomical details which in its audacity is almost As in so Many other the difficulty of the Young Moon comes and the Sun has scarcely set be fore the Fine Crescent rises in the East within a wonderfully Short space of time after this curious event the Moon is and Only a Day later the total eclipse of the Sun takes despite the astronomical fact that it is at no Moon More accurately the last few seconds of the old Moon and the first few seconds of the new that a total solar eclipse alone is but perhaps the most interesting feature of this altogether remarkable eclipse is that the total darkness lasts for nearly an under the rarest and most favourable seven minutes alone is the utmost limit of time during which the suns face is totally and the observer tin Der Ordinary circumstances counts him self Lucky if he is rewarded for a Jour Ney of some thousands of Miles by an uninterrupted View of the Corona for three two or even some years ago one of the magazines contained a Story called the the Motif of which was a certain strange seeming in the heavens whenever it boded ill to a particular this prophetic sign was none other than the appearance of the Crescent Moon with a Star be tween the two nor was this a particularly novel for it will be remembered that in Coleridge ancient Mariner that veracious Seaman relates How at one period of his adventures there Rose above the Eastern bar the horned with one Bright Star within the nether in a purely miraculous and fanciful creation like this famous poem it would be ridiculous to Cavil at such a though in the Case of the Story it might Well be questioned How the Star could manage to appear in such a we May perhaps re Fer to the line in the burial of sir John Moore where the great Soldier in represented As being interred Liy the struggle moonbeams misty As a matter of fact Bairn the Farmer pro posed that the minister so Oulu splash accordingly the minister stepped Down to the Stream and endeavoured Tothrow saudi us of water on the Ilie be got Triy o to a vice at each Deil a was the at last a few of the wore communicated to the Ini hints and the ceremony was in the usual before retiring to their respective Homes the Farmer produced a bottle of crying As i Canna offer be a Glass Owre the held o heres the and he threw it across the bottle was it is with a precision that betokened on the part of his if not consider i fish in but a Herd of Tion in a my Nisun River with the Grent Ira wad i is a very bizarre Phe a few moments face lit up Willii a hash of Hitt in Buck in my right mind aint i Tuuu Yuri t Hir Isles Lutzo ahead of if Chou t f i n possible to Ute Iron j Ilu bin Lii Ivo k i Liiv att a boy Tjio Birtil if Early Jones pm Ive Huuton everything from Gray squirrels said a Veteran Philadelphia to a writer in the vow York the nearest i Ever came to being seriously injured by any sort of was one time when a wounded Bird attacked and tried to kill i was a boy then and went Down to a Creek that flowed through my fathers farm to watch for a it was Early in the evening and a Blue Heron came and sat within i Virili Fioro i he t a Lull ble at least considerable Dex knew it would spoil my chances at a like so Many of his Learned Brethren in the Church of the late Canon Carter was the terror of com his was after Dean the very worst handwriting of the last about 1s80 the then Bishop of Lich surprised of his secretaries by saying have hardly Ever received an Anonymous but i got one this it is very badly and i can hardly j Mink to shoot the and i didst in tend to do i raised the gun and took aim just to see How i could kill it if i i lowered the gun and then raised it every time i raised it i would touch the Trig Ger after awhile i touched it too the gun went off and i started toward the which was wound i thought it would be a Good scheme to catch the Bird and started to do so when its Bill shot out like a Sledge Hammer struck me Between the came to my it on secret tie United states secret service had its in the Early sixties under the auspices of War it actually grew out of the fact of Plain Lafayette Baker of the Union offering his services to Secretary sew Ard As a police scout to gather information concerning the Confederate during the War the United states be Gan the issuance of then came the first appearance of Green goods by an act of Congress in 1sg1 or was appropriated for the maintenance of Bakers service to suppress the super vision of thy service was then under the solicitor of the new York Iii i re in n i Chi Book 71 of and Iron 1il a in tie your work bears the closest kind of remarked the with the what infinite pains you take with replied the artist do you i enjoy the she with a Bright pursue Art arts Brussels and mat Wall a largest Stock in town select Ream Best in the Liat out a void make it but from the signature it was and it was several minutes is sure to be the Man has j longer before i could remember where signed himself a see if j i was or what had a Little j old lend me can make it out j harder and the Bird would have killed i of Monelli will you the who knew the hand i shudder con yet when i think Compromise what would have been the result if the j and to the Bill had struck one of my i rather startled his lordship by rejoining its nothing its Only a note from Canon Carter of Lien or the White the whole fabric of social inter course is interwoven with what would be lies according to a strict some Are pleasant fictions that deceive no most of them have their genesis in a cheerful desire to avoid giving these polite untruths Are the lubricant of they Wear away the rough take away the being out of uncomfortable they Are the Flower of the Pine Apple perfume of in ton tie other i Nin going to ask you a a ones tin which will have a lasting effect upon my life As you answer it will you be a sister to i cant do hut 1 will be your store Barber sir customer with shining a Ted no stops look Lis do you want to buy where Yon can buy the cheap est then Iro to Snyders 5 and 10 cent window table Oil 100 piece decorated dinner Loc Loc to Plain White one ensnare to be sold you want it three decorated Stock patterns to select come Nyde we have the most agreeable clerks in top not a Complete Lino of William Richardson every no better sold in new meat Western and native Lamb and fresh and Salt firs class in every i 1 Andrews near i t to s i n new Bethlehem Fairmount

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